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Rash Treatment - Mt. Lebanon Dermatology

A rash is rarely a condition of its own. More often, a rash is a symptom of something more, whether it’s an underlying skin condition or an issue elsewhere in the body surfacing to let you know something is wrong. 

The team at Mt. Lebanon Dermatology Associates has seen rashes of all varieties, giving us the experience to identify and treat whatever ails you. Our dermatology specialists will help design a personal treatment plan that revolves around what’s right for you.

If you’re ready to find relief from your rash, request an appointment with us today!

Skin Rashes, Allergic Reactions & More - Pittsburgh, PA

With over 30 years of dermatological experience, our physicians are experts in identifying all types of rashes and allergic reactions. Whether your rash is due to an immune system disorder or an exposure to a chemical, we work with you to determine the best possible treatment plan for both short and long-term relief. Call our office or request an appointment online for rash relief today!

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FAQs on Rashes:

What are the most common reasons for rashes?

Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, rashes can appear for an enormous variety of reasons, as irritation can arise from an equally vast variety of sources. Some of the most common causes of rashes include:

  • Excessive heat
  • Clothing that fits poorly or is made of irritating material
  • Exposure to allergens
  • Exposure to harsh irritants like bleach or other chemicals
  • Immune system disorders

How can I find short-term relief for my rash?

Topical creams such as hydrocortisone can help you find relief, as can itch and pain reduction techniques like applying a cold cloth to the affected area. Additionally, we always advise our patients to steer clear of environmental triggers when a pattern of skin irritation appears.

Do I need treatment for my rash?

If your rash is severely painful or itchy, if it persists for an extended period of time, or if you simply have concerns about the source of the rash, it’s always a good idea to visit your dermatologist. The skin care experts at Mt. Lebanon Dermatology Associates can help identify the source of your rash and determine the appropriate treatment plan for you.